Throne speech shed light on struggle between freedoms and necessities
Ontario defended anew its move to implement vaccine certificates in its latest throne speech, while also making a promise for more health workers in the by 2022. Vaccine certificates have been implemented in Ontario since late September, covering several high-risk indoor settings as the state faces a Delta-driven fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the throne speech delivered by Lt.-Gov. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, she said requiring proof of vaccinations from the public was not an easy decision.